Who is this Aimed at:
Any individual that would like to further their knowledge as part of the E judge panel and have an introduction into the artistic side of judging at local, club and county level competitions, within their chosen discipline.
Each discipline has the following age requirement at county level:
- DMT: 14 years old, Club/County (Cycle 13)
- Rhythmic: 14 years old, Club/County (Cycle 13)
- Trampoline: 14 years old, Club/County (Cycle 13)
What To Expect:
An informative course focused on the technical elements of judging gymnastics. Throughout the course you will gain the ability to judge floor and apparatus skills, deduct points from skills as part of the A and E panel, and recognise and apply coordinator judge deductions.
Each course is theory based:
Rhythmic – 8 hours
DMT - 7 hours
Trampoline - 12 hours
Do I Need To Bring Participants:
No participants are required.
What Resources Are Included:
Sport specific resources.
£50 per day
- Gain a county judge qualification
- Identify the components of scoring routines
- Recognise and apply coordinator judge deductions for routines
- Recognise artistic faults in individual routines
Learner must be at least 14 years old on the first day of the course
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Practical – includes observations of participants completing their skills/routines and making the appropriate deductions
Theory - includes multiple choice and written question
How Long Until I Am Fully Qualified:
On completion of both the practical and theory assessments
When Is My Assessment:
DMT - throughout the course
Rhythmic – within four weeks of the course
Trampoline - on the last day of the course
PLEASE NOTE: From time to time the FIG can change the COP throughout the cycle in each discipline. Should this happen between the course and a learners assessment or re-assessment, learners will be required to sit the assessment under the new COP. Should this happen and a learner has any concerns regarding the changes then they must contact the course organiser prior to the assessment.